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situacion es de crisis, dice el supervisor david campos quien convoco esta audiencia publica hoy. en 38 por ciento se han incrementado los desalojos de todo tipo en los ultimos tres anos, pero los que usan la ley, ellis, han subido en 170 por ciento.....esta los permite si se va a retirar la propiedad del mercado de renta por cinco anos. ahora que los precios de las propiedades han subido 20 por ciento, al parecer es lo que muchos estan haciendo. david campos/supervisor de san francisco 0:57 el mercado le da incentivos a especualdores para que vengan a comprar esas propiedades y ya compradas que saquen a los inquilinos usted sabe, el estres el dolor de cabeza, el pensar es algo tremendo de esta forma estan desalojando a ana. ana gutierrez/recibio notificacion de desalojo 1:18 yo he vivido en el distrito de la mision por 35 anos ahi crie 5 de mis hijos pero a eso venimos a pedirle que traten de hacer algo que es mucha injusticia desde el alcalde hasta los supervisores y legisladores estatales ya han anunciado ideas para frenar los desalojos....en tre ellas declarar una moratoria, y duplicar
los 12 años a 17 trabajando en el campo? tan sólo deben de tener 12 años de edad y la jornada diariaes atemporal: el tiempo que quieras para trabajar en los cultivos. cuando nuestros niños deben estar enfocados a estudiar. después nos quejamos que no saben comunicarse ni hablar. Éstos son nuestros niños, la futura sociedad norteamericana. vamos a hablar con una periodista que ha hecho una investigación con respecto a los niños del campo, y también vamos a hablar con la señora dolores huerta, conocida activista histórica en la unión americana; vamos a hablar sobre esto que está ocurriendo y estrategias políticas sobre una gran causa que es el núcleo familiar, la reforma bilateral justa y no desmembrar más a la familia. también vamos a hablar con osvaldo carrera, conocido activista pro inmigrante, solamente quien entre nos. ♪ ♪ >>¿qué opina usted de esos niños y jóvenes que por desgracia pierden a sus padres porque esos son deportados de un día para otro? >> para mí es algo muy terrible, porque un niño no tiene necesidad de pasar por esa situación, ya que desde
's happening and to support solutions like the great ones that supervisor campos and others of my colleagues are presenting and the mayor as well. a recent fire at 12th and clement also damaged a number of apartment -- an apartment building that displaced 8 residents. though we're hopeful all of them will be able to return to 24r units we've seen as supervisor campos has mentioned as many buildings are not repaired in a timely manner and tenants give up and move away but it's one of the ways that land lords instead of evicting people use different tactics to push them out and it's another example of why we need better data gathering as well. lastly, i'm aware of a number of landlords that carry out what i would call unnecessary construction in order to make it for difficult for tenants to live peacefully in their units. it may not be to a level of harassment but at times it is. it pressure people to get the hell out or to move out of their units so they can be rented at much higher rentals. this is happening not opl the push out from ellis act units where you have some buildings vacating bef
and a yes on page 2 >> thanks. >> other comments supervisor campos. >> supervisor campos. i. >> supervisor chiu. i >> supervisor cowen. i >> supervisor jane kim. >> i. >> supervisor mar. >> i. >> supervisor weiner. >> supervisor yee. those pass and on the underlying discussion >> i did want to make some comments because of some concerns that have been expressed to my office about this particular item. the human services agency and other hope and city staff should will impaneled the community. the community concerns that have been expressed are valid and i respect their position and respect what sxhooen r supervisor cowen is being asked to do. i - we have a clear need for more shelter beds. and we are experiencing a disheartening wave of evictions. i've seen the statistics from the sheriff's department and people are ended up on the streets but especially now more than ever because there being a evicted. a huge number are african-american and they remain in the bayview and western edition where we have to provide support and services and provide save shelters. one of the concerns of
. >> supervisor campos. >> as the department head do you have a preference whether or not this language around beginning with line 8 whether that language should be in there or not. >> supervisor. it's certainly new territory for the human agency. i thought some of the comments by your colleague is good if someone is a sex offender perhaps that person should be in a shelter and not in the neighborhood. but in terms of mixing issues of sex offender even though we're not required to screen it's something brand new to mention around our emergency homeless shelters. we doesn't have any clauses of folks who are convicted of murder. the idea around an emergency shelter is to get someone off the street >> i don't want to put words in your mouth it sound like you don't want to have that language in there. >> i'm going to leave that you to you all to decide 50i7 i've given my concerns. >> let me ask you a final question. if we don't add this blank u language would this shelter be anyless save than any other shelter on this issue >> oh, supervisor no. it would be operating in the same manner. accur
. thanks >> supervisor campos. >> i want to echo the comments and i know it's appropriate so have a more concrete commitment before we move forward. >> supervisor yee. >> i want to lend any support to supervisors breed precipitation on this. when i looked at the report two weeks ago i was getting the same feeling why are we charging so much. it's a decision on what do - what's the different funding even on our plate are we charging the amount of money to operate and not to make a profit >> as far as ann as an continuance supervisor avalos do you over that. >> i believe it was supervisor kim. >> unfortunately, we don't have a representative from the sheriff's department. it's a retroactive issue it should have come to us back in april. i don't know in april of 2013 so retroactive and i want to know why we can't renegotiate those besides giving the cards to the inmates based on the the revenue they've spent on those are calls. i don't know if three weeks is more appropriate we don't have a board meeting after thanksgiving >> supervisor avalos. >> thank you it seems like the expenses
. supervisor mar. >> thank you, chair campos, i definitely wanted to thank you and the tenant movement for the, not only the pieces of legislation you meptioned but also working with my office and others to have even stronger protections for tenants but i'm really really glad that you are proposing great legislation that i will be co-sponsoring as well. i did want to sthai as i talk to people in the richmond district, district 1, renters especially there's fear in people's faces when you are a renter and i think fred russo and the budget analyst's report shows whats happening but that fear is real and it's based on data that we have from the rent board and it's been analyzed by mr. russo i think the solution as we move forward with many of the community-based organizations who come forward to speak will be very helpful. i wanted to say from the report it's useful to see from the inner richmond and the outer richmond we as a district, as a whole district, i think i would add up the over 80 -- 79-plus since the data was crunched, about 80 ellis act buildings that were, that many many seniors an
>> (speaking spanish.) >> so, now i'd like to introduce dignity 89 supervisor campos and there's no translation for this he's from guatemala. he received his law degree from harvard please welcome supervisor david campos. thank you good evening. i'm so honored to be in front of of this amazing crowd it's a good lucking crowd. i want to acknowledge a bunch of folks i see the superintendant of our schools >> (speaking spanish.) >> (clapping) i'll be brief this evening should be about the students. but i want to say we've had some pretty incredible accomplishments as a latino community. we heard about the trust act passed in sacramento and thank you governor and absolutely and, of course, here at the local level thank you to john avalos and the entire community to worked to make sure we have no longer a relationship with immigration here 90 in san francisco. >> (speaking spanish.) >> we also have heard from ed lee the mayor thank you for being here because we are closing the accomplishment gap and missions schools have a wait list people trying to goat into those schools. >>
campos. >> i want to echo the comments of supervisor wiener. i'm grateful to this gentleman for his willingness to serve san francisco as supervisor weiner noted mr. carney has been providing services to san francisco for many years and it's important to have his prospective on this body and thank you to mayor ed lee for this appointment >> supervisor yee. >> yeah. i want to express my strong vote. mr. carney has vast experience as an architect. he oversaw the city hall restoration project he pointed out out all the woodwork and could tell you what rooms are what. so patrick is also an energetic and passionate person about city hall for many generations to come and enjoy i strongly urge my colleagues supportive >> supervisor avalos. i. supervisor breed commissioner wu. i supervisor farrell. supervisor kim. i. supervisor tang. i arrest supervisor weiner. supervisor yee. there are 11 i's. with that, colleagues go to roll call. >> supervisor avalos your first for introduction. >> excuse me. my voice. i'm interrogating a draft charter amendment as we move toward the november ball
'd like to note that supervisor campos has joined us and heel make some comments after the speakers have made their statements. next person up is john. >> good afternoon, supervisors and thank you for the opportunity to be before you today and for the consideration of servicing on this committee. i want to provide you with a few aspects that will shed light on why i want to be part of this important committee. i was a state of sub u public policy and i believe it's important that citizens step up when they can add value and i hope as a past city commissioner can provide value to this committee. i want to use what i leonard in the airport committee to help inform the group. secondly as a gay latino harvey milk's has been a hero not only to the lgbt community but ass an inspiration to all folks. there's a special interest i know we all have in understanding the way to honor the past specify. and as a former airport employee at the sf 0 you can't have a great city without a great airport. we have a great city that what protect the reputation but to enhance our cities standing and a recognit
. supervisor campos, on potrero avenue. it's a little wags -- ways from this project and nonetheless we deal with challenges that we are waiting for mta to help us to address. a no parking solution, i don't know, it just seems too finite and should be a little bit more flexibility. thank you. >> colleagues any further discussion? let's take a roll call vote. >> supervisor yee, aye, supervisor avalos, no, supervisor breed, aye, campos, no, supervisor chiu, aye, supervisor cohen, no. supervisor ferrel, aye, supervisor kim, no, supervisor mar, no, supervisor tang, aye, supervisor wiener, aye. there are 6 ayes and 5 was nos. >> the mitigation is affirmed. we have a lot of items in front of us. i suggest we go briefly to columns. there are a lot of people waiting to hear our discussion. please call item 14. >> 130799. >> [roll call vote taken] supervisor breed, aye, campos, aye, supervisor chiu, aye, supervisor cohen, aye, ferrel aye, kim aye, supervisor mar, aye, tang aye, supervisor wiener. ordinance is passed. item 15: 130937 administrative code film production daily use fees film rebate pro
the item >> mr. chair. >> yes. >> i know the goal is to wait for supervisor campos to present by out of respect of the folks here i want to hear from them so we don't have them waiting any longer. >> after we hear from them we can continue the item. let's go back to item 7 just to see if the speakers are here and - >> consider appointing two members for the airport there are 4 seats and 4 applicants. >> alice. >> average supervisors alex walker. thank you for having me here >> i currently work as a consultant pouring for nonprofit and political nonprofit and political fundraising. i work with san francisco beautiful and phil king. i'm the vice president political alternative pack chair of the harvey milk club. i worked with catching possess on the campaign and whatever this committee was created i want to take the opportunity. i have appreciated all the people who helped me as an lgbt man. it's one of the reasons i come to san francisco the changes that hvp blazed the trail for people getting into politics. in my capability after harvey milk has other terminals i tried to study h
consideration and wish you again, a happy halloween. thank you, supervisor campos. my public comment on this item? seeing none, public comment is closed. my whole question is for you supervisor campos. with the 9 member committee did you need at least 5 to actually have official meetings or can you start >> i would defer to the city attorney but i imagine a quorum of a 9 member body would be 5 people. >> that's right and i believe the ordinance creating the committee provides that the committee must meet within a certain amount of days after a quorum of 5 members has been appointed. >> thank you so supervisor breed. >> yes. thank you periphery avalos for our work. >> that's my halloween costume today. i'm supervisor avalos. it's been a long day (laughter) >> so i wanted to ask you a question about the candidates. are those the only 4 people who applied? >> yeah. supervisor. in fact, we've approached a number of people over the loose couple of months and approached any community based organizations to get people. and when we started there were people who said they'd do it an
you've done a lot, mr. campos, in what you said earlier and i think you guys are doing pretty well and mr. yee brought up some interesting things also which i'm very interested in. so thank you. >> thank you, sir, next speaker, please. >> good afternoon my name is victor, i am a member of casa gustad, just cause. i was living in a room with a roommate. we were doing fine until one day our master tenant told us she needed the room back. she didn't tell us why but one day we came home to a notice that said we had a week to move out. we didn't move because we gnaw that wasn't fair and eventually the matter went into court. when we got to court, the master tenant hid all of the court paperwork that came into our apartment. she found it in the mail, hid it from us so we were unable to respond. we were able to get, to find the court paperwork, respond to it, we went to court and we were able to negotiate a deal under which we were able to stay 3 more months. the agreement was that we would stay until november 7, at which point we would give the master tenant our key and she would giv
comment is closed. supervisor campos would you like to say anything? >> i would like to thank you for the work and all the three agencies for their response. it's exciting to see that this is taken very seriously, so thank you very much. >> thank you. the department should feel very good about themselves for all the things that they have accomplished in a short period of time. so seeing that public comment is closed. mr. campos, could i entertain a motion from you to continue this item to the call of the chair? >> so moved to continue to the call of the chair. >> thank you, this passes unanimously. madam clerk are there any other items? >> no other items to discuss. >> thank you, this meeting is adjourned. thank you everyone. [ meeting is adjourned ] >> >> >> >> good morning, today is tuesday, november 26th, 2013, welcome to the san francisco county, transportation authority, my name is john avalos the chair of the authority. and our clerk today is erika cheng and we are broadcast today by sfgtv staff. and thank you for your service. madam clerk, could you please call the roll. >>
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